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Get to Innes National Park, you can ask at Rhino's head tavern for directions, or simply drive into the park and keep driving until you reach a turnoff for a campground called surfers (all important turnoffs are signposted) don't be fooled by the turnoff before called Pondilowie Bay, this is for boat access, not the break. Park the car in the car park, or camp. Reach the break by taking the path to the beach, after a 500m walk it should be breaking directly in front of the boardwalk.
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction, , , ,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Paddle out either side of the reef, if it is big only the right should be working. Also watch out for the shore break. Wave has the best form when not affected by tide movement, and after a "summerpack" sand formation on the beach.
Always one of the first spots to check when rocking up to yorkes. The campsite can get a bit feral during holiday periods. If it is too crowded i sometimes head up the beach to Richards. I have heard stories about 8ft days going off (but check the swell map).
Can get very nice, with waves aplenty.
By srbr , 19-06-2007
- ive surfed out there heaps off times and i have never seen a shark out there, so i dont know what all of yous are trippn on
By Anonymous , 27-12-2006
ruff rider - yeh man this place is off the hook bra... i surfed it with sum of my pimps n it was at least half a foot. me n my peeps were gettin sweet asd barrels on the lefts. n we saw a huge noah that day. peace out bruz
By Anonymous , 20-12-2006
bob - oh god this place is good but u gotta watch out for tghe sharks sumtimes that cruise past chasing skools of salmon.... i have seen at least 10 sharks out there but there not all white pointers
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